Smartphones have ceased video cameras. If you want to capture memorable moments in high quality, look no further than the technical wonder in your pocket. New Galaxy phones shine examples of how far we've come ̵
1; but the more capable a camera gets, the more complicated things can be.
Below, we will highlight many lesser-known video features in Samsung's camera software and since it is largely unchanged from Android Oreo to Android Pie (One UI), most of these tips will apply to any latest Galaxy flagship. So if you are using an S8, S9, S10, Note 8 or Note 9, try these tricks to see consistently good video clips while playing with the Samsung Camera.
Tip 1. Quickly set the aspect ratio (a user interface) 19659005] If your Galaxy runs the new One UI update, you can quickly set the image aspect ratio in just a few cranes, whether you are using selfie or main camera. Touch the relationship icon at the top of the viewfinder and select from 16: 9, "Full" and "1: 1" for both front and rear cameras.
Keep in mind that changing the aspect ratio also changes the resolution, which varies between Galaxy units. For example, this option varies between 1920 x 1080 on "16: 9" by default, 2288 x 1080 on "Full" and 1440 x 1440 when set to "1: 1".
Tip 2. Change your video resolution (Oreo & One UI)
When recording video clips with the standard 16: 9 format, the Samsung Camera allows you to customize the video resolution. For this, you need to access the app's setup page by pressing the tooth-shaped icon located at the top left of the viewfinder (a user interface) or on the left side right over the trigger (Oreo).
From there, tap either "Rear video size" or "Size size", depending on which one you want to adjust. Select "Resolution" in the "16: 9" option, then select the video resolution from the overflow menu that appears. For maximum quality and frame rate, you may want to set the resolution to UHD (60 fps) for the main camera, but it will cause video clips to take up more storage space.
Tip 3. Keep your videos smooth and steady (Oreo and a user interface)
If you record a video on your Galaxy S10 while on the move, there is a smooth setting that you can enable to ensure that the recording is as stable and stable as possible. Aptly is called Super Steady, the function can be activated by tapping the hand icon at the top of your S10 viewer.